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What is a Living Will?

You can use a Living Will to communicate, in advance, your wishes to refuse any medical treatment you may receive in the future, in case it’s not possible for you to express your preferences at the time. It can be used in… Find out more

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The benefits of making a Living Will

With a Living Will you can outline your personal wishes regarding medical treatment should a situation arise in the future where you get seriously ill and you’re not able to express your wishes. You can use Living Will forms in England & Wales, and Scotland.… Find out more

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Choosing someone to look after your affairs

If you’re worried that your affairs may be left in limbo if you get ill or have an accident, then you can use a Lasting Power of Attorney (LPA) to grant someone the power to look after your affairs. Alternatively,… Find out more

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How to draw up a General Power of Attorney

A General Power of Attorney is a statutory form enabling you to authorise someone else to act on your behalf and in your name. It applies only to your property and affairs and it cannot be used to authorise someone… Find out more

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How to use a General Power of Attorney

A General Power of Attorney (GPA) is a statutory form which authorises someone to act on your behalf and in your name. It’s a relatively straightforward authorisation and can be used for a wide range of circumstances or for specific… Find out more